I am looking into this and will be back with an answer.
Currently you can install with one subscription on as many Android devices as you want.
Same applies to IOS devices, provided that they use the same Apple ID.
I installed the 5-day trial on my iPhone when it first came out, and then bought a year's subscription for teh iPhone.
Then, the 6-month trial was announced, so I installed that on my iPad.
Now, I understand that my paid subscription can be used on both devices, since they are associated with the same Apple I.D. but I can't figure out how to get the iPad converted from the trial to the paid subscription. I uninstalled it and re-installed, but it still comes up as "Trial".
Since there hasn't been any recent activity in this thread, I just wanted to check in and see if you've solved this issue on your own, or if you still need our help?
No, I still have th trial version on the iPad, but since it's good until November 4, I haven't fussed with it much. I assume just a simple "uninstall" leaves behind some sort of fingerprint, so it still thinks the device is under the trial version when I re-install it. The iPad isn't jailbroken, so my options to "explore" are limited :-(
P.S. I also installed the trial on an Andriod tablet, but missed out on the extended trial, so that one has expired on me. I'll wait until the new policy goes into effect, since that device is never off my own wireless network.
One subscription covers all your Android devices with the same Google Play user account.
So make sure both devices are using the same Google Play user account.
Is the same true for IOS devices - use the same Apple account? (I never resolved my issue with the iPad discussed above.)
@Ben wrote:Hello TauZzero, One subscription covers all your Android devices with the same Google Play user account.So make sure both devices are using the same Google Play user account.
Please refer to my reply above:
"Same applies to IOS devices, provided that they use the same Apple ID."
Are both of your devices using the same Apple ID?